Put yourself in this position: a third-round NFL Draft pick, a five-year veteran about to play his sixth pro season, a three-time Pro Bowler, and a one-time All-Pro player. Now, add to that the fact that you play under a top-5 quarterback and you're about to share the field with some hypertalented offensive players.
How would you feel about that and the Ravens' offense as a whole?
Well, that's what media members asked Mark Andrews before training camp, and here is the answer the veteran had for them: "I think it’s going to be a dangerous offense,” tight end Mark Andrews said according to the story published by Jamison Hensley of ESPN.
Andrews will share the field with veteran WRs Nelson Agholor and Odell Beckham Jr. for the first time in his six-year career after the Ravens acquired both playmakers earlier this offseason.
To that, Baltimore added another flashy and lightning-quick wideout in rookie Zay Flowers out of Boston College.
No need to mention that the backfield has stayed put and will feature all of J.K. Dobbins, Gus Edwards, Justice Hill, and the newly-inked Melvin Gordon III.
The Ravens are also changing a stale coach in former OC Greg Roman for a much better, fresh-of-ideas one in former Georgia Bulldogs leading OC Todd Monken, who is expected to bring a more diverse and pass-based playbook to Baltimore, which should benefit everyone from QB Lamar Jackson to all of his offensive weapons.
Veteran guard Kevin Zeitler might not go the distance to say the offense feels "dangerous," but speaking to ESPN he said that the unit is going to operate and be "pretty fast," while adding that the Ravens, simply put, "are going to attack, attack, attack."
All of this sounds great on paper but we've yet to watch things unfold on the actual gridiron. And you know what? We can wait for that!